Leveraging Tech & AI for ESG Impact

The Bicentenary Events Series is a commemorative initiative celebrating 200 years of learning, innovation and research. This series features a variety of events aimed at reflecting on the past, honoring key achievements, and inspiring future generations.

AI is the hottest topic in town and impacts not just governments and industry, but also the environment, society, and governance. How will the widespread adoption of AI impact society, organisations, and the environment? Can AI and tech be deployed to drive sustainable development, boost social responsibility, protect biodiversity, and ensure effective governance?

Engage in this thought-provoking event to collectively deliberate on these critical issues with our distinguished speakers, Raju Chellam, Edmas Neo and Bill Liu. This event will provide you with the latest knowledge on Leveraging Tech & AI for ESG Impact, helping you drive sustainable change within your organization. You’ll gain access to cutting-edge strategies, best practices, and innovative solutions that can enhance your ESG initiatives. Moreover, networking with industry leaders and our alumni associations (University of Manchester Alumni Association of Singapore & Alliance Manchester Business School Alumni Association of Singapore) will foster collaborations that can amplify your impact and open doors to new opportunities!

Bicentenary Event Series Details
Date 3 July 2024 (Wednesday)
Time 6.15pm - Registration
6.30pm - Networking over canapés and wine
7.30pm - Panel discussion commences
9.00pm - End of event
Venue The University of Manchester South East Asia Centre
80 Robinson Road, #13-01, Singapore 068898
Fee 1 pax: $30 each
2 pax & above: $25 each
(Fee includes GST, and networking over canapés and wine.)

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
Receive a complimentary book (RRP S$27) for the first 50 participants!

MODERATOR
Mr Bill Liu
Chairman & Managing Partner, Stream Global
Advisory Member to UOMAAS

Bill is a seasoned IT industry veteran with experience in Financial Services, Payments, Digital Media, and Travel & Hospitality. He is the Chairman and Managing Partner of Stream Global Pte Ltd. Previously, he was the President of Green Dot Capital Pte Ltd and the President & CEO of ABACUS International. He serves on the boards of Value Alliance Travel Systems Pte Ltd, Agency for Integrated Care, Synapxe Pte Ltd, and others. Bill also mentors young entrepreneurs.

PANELIST
Mr Edmas Neo
Vice President, Transformation Office, Mandai Wildlife Group
Global MBA Alumnus

Edmas Neo is dedicated to innovation and organisational transformation. As Head of Mandai Wildlife Group’s Transformation Office, he leads the Mandai Precinct rejuvenation program. He founded Accrete Innovation and is President of the Sustainable Innovation & Investment Global Network. His past roles include CEO of Action Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE) and Regional Director at Singapore Innovate. Edmas has collaborated with industry organisations such as the Singapore Innovation Enablers Network, Singapore-Jiangsu Cooperation Council, Innovation Leaders Summit (Japan), and Original Startups Collective (Web3).

PANELIST
Mr Raju Chellam
Honorary Chair of Cloud & Data Standards at ITSC
Editor-in-Chief of AI E&G BoK

Raju Chellam is a seasoned IT industry expert with 43 years of experience, currently serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the AI Ethics & Governance Body of Knowledge (AI E&G BoK) by the Singapore Computer Society and Infocomm Media Development Authority. His roles includes the Honorary Chair of Cloud & Data Standards at the IT Standards Committee (ITSC), Honorary Vice President of the SCS Cloud Chapter, and a member of the SCS AI & Robotics Chapter Executive Committee.

 *Receive a complimentary copy of Raju’s newly launched book for the first 50 participants! (RRP S$27)

The Singapore Strain is a poignant parable for our times. It deftly blends an epidemic with the environment, biodiversity, and sustainability. A must-read for all nature lovers.”

Dr Chan Mun Kitt, Senior Director & Head, Executive Education, NUS School of Computing

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